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  • Video shows couple rescued from boat trying to ride out Hurricane Irma

    Video shows couple rescued from boat trying to ride out Hurricane Irma

    Sunday, September 10 2017 3:54 PM EDT2017-09-10 19:54:45 GMT
    (Credit: Martin County Sheriff's Office)(Credit: Martin County Sheriff's Office)

    The task of helping the couple onto their boat was precarious as both boats bobbed in choppy water. Deputies then took them to shore.

    The task of helping the couple onto their boat was precarious as both boats bobbed in choppy water. Deputies then took them to shore.

  • Facebook's safety check tool readies itself for Hurricane Irma

    Facebook's safety check tool readies itself for Hurricane Irma

    Thursday, September 7 2017 10:08 PM EDT2017-09-08 02:08:20 GMT
    A screenshot of the Facebook safety checkpoint. (Source: Facebook screenshot)A screenshot of the Facebook safety checkpoint. (Source: Facebook screenshot)

    One of Facebook's most trusted tools could be deployed during Hurricane Irma's presence in South Carolina and other areas of the southeast.  

    One of Facebook's most trusted tools could be deployed during Hurricane Irma's presence in South Carolina and other areas of the southeast.  

  • 'Just get me home!' pleads Louisiana woman stranded on heavily-damaged St. Maarten

    'Just get me home!' pleads Louisiana woman stranded on heavily-damaged St. Maarten

    What was planned as the perfect Caribbean honeymoon has turned into a living hell for a Gonzales, Louisiana woman and her husband.  They checked into their St. Maarten resort last Sunday, posted a scenic photo on Facebook, and set off to enjoy paradise.  Just two days later, they nearly died.  Monica Bullion Miller and her husband Martin faced multiple hours riding out a direct hit by Hurricane Irma as they huddled inside a storm shelter at their resort hotel near th...

    What was planned as the perfect Caribbean honeymoon has turned into a living hell for a Gonzales, Louisiana woman and her husband.  They checked into their St. Maarten resort last Sunday, posted a scenic photo on Facebook, and set off to enjoy paradise.  Just two days later, they nearly died.  Monica Bullion Miller and her husband Martin faced multiple hours riding out a direct hit by Hurricane Irma as they huddled inside a storm shelter at their resort hotel near th...

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